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iEM3100 series / iEM3200 series

Energy Meters
User Manual
04/2012
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Table of Contents

Safety Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5

About the Book . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7

Chapter 1 Presentation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9

Presentation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10

Physical Description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11

Chapter 2 Installation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15

Safety Measures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16

Dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17

DIN Rail Mounting and Dismantling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18

Connection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20

Typical Applications. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29

Chapter 3 Use . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31

Presentation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32

Settings for all Energy Meters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34

Modifying Parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35

Clock Setting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36

Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37

HMI Display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50

Chapter 4 Communication via Modbus RS-485. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53

4.1 Modbus Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54

Configuration of RS-485 Communication Port . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54

4.2 Modbus Functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55

Function List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56

Table Format . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57

4.3 Command Interface. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58

Presentation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59

Command List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60

4.4 Modbus Register Table . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65

Register List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65

4.5 Read Device Identification . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 70

Register List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 70

Chapter 5 Technical Characteristics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71

Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71

Chapter 6 Maintenance and Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 73

Safety Precautions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 74

Troubleshooting. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75

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Safety Information

Important Information

NOTICE
Read these instructions carefully, and look at the equipment to become familiar with the device before
trying to install, operate, or maintain it. The following special messages may appear throughout this
documentation or on the equipment to warn of potential hazards or to call attention to information that
clarifies or simplifies a procedure.

PLEASE NOTE
Electrical equipment should be installed, operated, serviced, and maintained only by qualified personnel.
No responsibility is assumed by Schneider Electric for any consequences arising out of the use of this
material.
A qualified person is one who has skills and knowledge related to the construction and operation of
electrical equipment and its installation, and has received safety training to recognize and avoid the
hazards involved.

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About the Book

At a Glance

Document Scope
This manual is intended for use by designers, system builders and maintenance technicians who are
concerned with electrical distribution systems featuring monitoring devices.

Validity Note
The energy meters are used to measure the amount of active energy consumed by an installation or a
part of an installation.
This function meets the requirements for:

z consumption monitoring,

z evaluation of energy items (cost, accounting, etc.).

This function also satisfies the power-saving incentives implemented by many countries.

Related Documents

Title of Documentation Reference Number


Instruction sheet: iEM3100 / iEM3110 / iEM3115 S1B46581 /
S1B62907
Instruction sheet: iEM3150 / iEM3155 S1B46583 /
S1B62908
Instruction sheet: iEM3200 / iEM3210 / iEM3215 S1B46598 /
S1B62910
Instruction sheet: iEM3250 / iEM3255 S1B46602 /
S1B62911

You can download these technical publications and other technical information from our website at
www.schneider-electric.com.

User Comments
We welcome your comments about this document. You can reach us by e-mail at techcomm@schneider
electric.com.

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Presentation

1
What Is in This Chapter?
This chapter contains the following topics:
Topic Page
Presentation 10
Physical Description 11

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Presentation

Use of Energy Meters to Measure Electrical Systems


The energy meters provide combine accurate 3-phase energy measurement.
The offer is composed of 10 commercial references described below.

Functions of Energy Meters


The product functions of energy meters provide the essential measurement capabilities required to

monitor an electrical installation such as current, voltage, and energy.

The key features of energy meters are:

z measurements of active and reactive energies,

z multi-tariffs (up to 4) controlled by internal clock, digital inputs or communication

z MID compliant for many references,

z pulse outputs,

z display (currents, voltage, energies),

z Modbus communication.

Main Characteristics

Function iEM3100 iEM3110 iEM3115 iEM3150 iEM3155 iEM3200 iEM3210 iEM3215 iEM3250 iEM3255
Direct
measurement
(up to 63 A)
Measurement
inputs through
CTs (1 A, 5 A)
Measurement
inputs through
VTs
Active Energy

measurements
Four Quadrant
Energy
measurements
Electrical
measurements
(I, V, P, ...)
Multi-tariff
4 4 4 4
(internal clock)
Multi-tariff
(controlled by 4 2 4 2
digital inputs)
Measurement

display
Digital inputs 2 1 2 1
Programmable
1 1
digital outputs
Pulse output
Overload alarm
Modbus

communication
MID (legal
metrology
certification)
Width (18 mm
module in DIN 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5
Rail mounting)

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Physical Description

iEM3100 / iEM3110 / iEM3115 - Direct Measurement up to 63 A


The various features of the listed energy meters (direct measurement up to 63 A) are shown in the
diagram below:

1 2 digital inputs for tariff control (iEM3115)


2 Display for measurement and configuration
3 Pulse out for remote transfer (iEM3110)

4 Cancellation

5 Confirmation

6 Selection
7 Flashing yellow meter indicator (used to check the accuracy)
8 Green indicator: on/off, error
9 Current and voltage inputs (direct measurement up to 63 A)
10 Sealing points (three)
11 Sealable covers

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iEM3150 / iEM3155 - Direct Measurement up to 63 A and Modbus Communication


The various features of the listed energy meters (direct measurement up to 63 A with Modbus
communication) are shown in the diagram below:

1 Digital input (iEM3155)


2 Digital output (iEM3155)
3 Communication port
4 Flashing yellow indicator for active communication
5 Display for measurement and configuration

6 Cancellation

7 Confirmation

8 Selection
9 Flashing yellow meter indicator (used to check the accuracy)
10 Green indicator: on/off, error

11 Current and voltage inputs (direct measurement up to 63 A)

12 Sealing points (three)

13 Sealable covers

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iEM3200 / iEM3210 / iEM3215 - Measurement With CTs


The various features of the listed energy meters (CTs 1 A or 5 A with Modbus communication) are shown
in the diagram below:

1 2 digital inputs for tariff control (iEM3215)


2 Display for measurement and configuration
3 Pulse out for remote transfer (iEM3210)
4 Current inputs (CTs 1 A or 5 A)

5 Cancellation

6 Confirmation

7 Selection
8 Flashing yellow meter indicator (used to check the accuracy)
9 Green indicator: on/off, error
10 Voltage inputs
11 Sealing points (three)
12 Sealable covers

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iEM3250 / iEM3255 - Measurement With CTs and Modbus Communication


The various features of the listed energy meters (CTs 1 A or 5 A with Modbus communication) are shown
in the diagram below:

1 2 digital inputs for tariff control (iEM3255)

2 Digital output (iEM3255)

3 Communication port

4 Yellow indicator for communication diagnosis

5 Display for measurement and configuration

6 Current inputs (CTs 1 A and 5 A)

7 Cancellation

8 Confirmation

9 Selection
10 Flashing yellow meter indicator (used to check the accuracy)
11 Green indicator: on/off, error
12 Voltage inputs
13 Sealing points (three)
14 Sealable covers

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Installation

2
What Is in This Chapter?
This chapter contains the following topics:
Topic Page
Safety Measures 16
Dimensions 17
DIN Rail Mounting and Dismantling 18
Connection 20
Typical Applications 29

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Safety Measures

Specific Hazard Associated with Energy Meters


In the case of almost all electric and electronic devices, the devices power supply is the root cause of
electrical hazards. The hazard can be eliminated by disconnecting the power supply.
Consequently, this connection must be broken before carrying out any kind of work on the product.

DANGER
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, EXPLOSION, OR ARC FLASH
z Before carrying out work of any kind, disconnect connection wires. Disconnect all the power supplies
running to the energy meter and the equipment on which it is installed.
z Always use a correctly calibrated voltage tester to check that the power supply has been properly
disconnected.
Failure to follow these instructions will result in death or serious injury.

Other Safety Measures


Carefully read through the safety measures described below. You are always required to implement them
fully before attempting to install, repair, or service electrical equipment.

DANGER
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, EXPLOSION, OR ARC FLASH
z Wear suitable personal protective equipment and follow the currently applicable electrical safety
instructions.
z This equipment may only be installed by qualified electricians who have read all the relevant
information.
z NEVER work alone.
z Before performing visual inspections, tests, or maintenance on this equipment, disconnect all
sources of electric power. Assume that all circuits are live until they have been completely de-
energized, tested and tagged. Pay particular attention to the design of the power system. Consider
all power supply sources, particularly the potential for backfeed.
z Before closing protective covers and doors, carefully inspect the work area to ensure that no tools or
objects have been left inside the equipment.
z Take care when removing or replacing panels. Take special care to ensure that they do not come
into contact with live busbars. To minimize the risk of injuries, do not tamper with the panels.
z The successful operation of this equipment depends upon proper handling, installation, and
operation. Failure to follow basic installation procedures can lead to personal injury as well as
damage to electrical equipment or other property.
z NEVER shunt an external fuse/circuit breaker.
z The energy meters must be installed in a suitable electrical cabinet.
Failure to follow these instructions will result in death or serious injury.

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Dimensions

Dimensions of iEM3100 / iEM3110 / iEM3115 / iEM3200 / iEM3210 / iEM3215

Dimensions of iEM3150 / iEM3155 / iEM3250 / iEM3255

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DIN Rail Mounting and Dismantling

Presentation
You can install the energy meter on a DIN rail. The device must not be tilted following installation.
When mounting the device on, or dismantling it from, a DIN rail, you can keep the terminals wired up.

DIN Rail Mounting


To install the energy meter on a DIN rail, proceed as follows:

Step Action
1 Position the 2 upper slots on the rear of the energy meter on the DIN rail.

2 Press the device against the DIN rail until the locking mechanism engages. The device is now attached
to the rail.

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Removal from a DIN rail


To remove the energy meter from a DIN rail, proceed as follows:

Step Action
1 Using a flat screwdriver (6.5 mm), lower the locking mechanism to release the device.

2 Lift the device up to free it from the DIN rail.

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Connection

Overview
The diagrams below illustrate how to connect the energy meters to a single-phase or three-phase 3- or
4-wire power system.

iEM31 Associated With a Contactor


Connection requirements for iEM3100 / iEM3110 / iEM3115 / iEM3150 / iEM3155:
z When the energy meter is associated with a contactor, connect the energy meter upstream of the
contactor.
z The energy meter must be protected by a circuit breaker.

Connection Diagram of iEM3100 / iEM3110 / iEM3115

NOTE: The electrical wiring is explained in the table below.


z The pulse output is compatible with S0 format.
z The pulse output on the iEM3110 can be directly connected to a 24 V DC (< 30 V DC) input on a Zelio
or Twido PLC.
z For other concentrators, if V DC/Rin > 15 mA, add a resistor Radd = (V DC/0.01) - Rin

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Connection Diagram of iEM3150 / iEM3155

NOTE: The electrical wiring is explained in the table below.


z The pulse output is compatible with S0 format.
z The digital output of iEM3155 is polarity-independent.
z The digital input and output are electrically independent.

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Wiring on Single Phase Systems for Direct Measurement

Power System Energy Meter Energy Meter Wiring


1PH2W L-N z iEM3100
z iEM3110
z iEM3115
z iEM3150
z iEM3155

1PH2W L-L z iEM3100


z iEM3110
z iEM3115
z iEM3150
z iEM3155

1PH3W L-L-N z iEM3100


z iEM3110
z iEM3115
z iEM3150
z iEM3155

1PH4W multi L with N z iEM3150


z iEM3155

NOTICE
RISK OF DAMAGE TO THE ENERGY METER
For 1PH4W multi L with N:
z N must not be connected to the load.
z The current must not flow through the iEM315 products. Otherwise if In > 63 A, the energy meter
can blow up.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in equipment damage.

Wiring on Three-Phase Systems for Direct Measurement

Power System Energy Meter Energy Meter Wiring


3PH3W z iEM3100
z iEM3110
z iEM3115
z iEM3150
z iEM3155

3PH4W z iEM3100
z iEM3110
z iEM3115
z iEM3150
z iEM3155

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Connection Diagram of iEM3200 / iEM3210 / iEM3215

NOTE: The electrical wiring is explained in the table below.


z The pulse output is compatible with S0 format.
z The pulse output on the iEM3210 indicates the primary consumption with consideration of transformer
ratios.
z The pulse output on the iEM3210 can be directly connected to a 24 V DC (< 30 V DC) input on a Zelio
or Twido PLC.
z For other concentrators, if V DC/Rin > 15 mA, add a resistor Radd = (V DC/0.01) - Rin

Connection Diagram of iEM3250 / iEM3255

NOTE: The electrical wiring is explained in the table below.


z The pulse output is compatible with S0 format.
z The digital output of iEM3255 is polarity-independent.
z The digital input and output are electrically independent.

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Wiring on Single Phase Systems with CTs

Power System Energy Meter Energy Meter Wiring


1PH2W L-N z iEM3200
z iEM3210
z iEM3215
z iEM3250
z iEM3255

1PH2W L-L z iEM3200


z iEM3210
z iEM3215
z iEM3250
z iEM3255

1PH3W L-L-N z iEM3200


z iEM3210
z iEM3215
z iEM3250
z iEM3255

1PH4W multi L with N z iEM3250


z iEM3255

2 CTs

3 CTs

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Wiring on Three-Phase Systems with CTs

Power System Energy Meter Energy Meter Wiring


3PH3W z iEM3200
z iEM3210
z iEM3215
z iEM3250
z iEM3255

1 CT (balanced)

2 CTs

3 CTs

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Power System Energy Meter Energy Meter Wiring


3PH4W z iEM3200
z iEM3210
z iEM3215
z iEM3250
z iEM3255

1 CT (balanced)

2 CTs (for balanced 3-wire load)

3 CTs

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Wiring on Three-Phase Systems with CTs and VTs

Power System Energy Meter Energy Meter Wiring


3PH3W z iEM3250
z iEM3255

2 VTs, 1 CT, (balanced)

2 VTs, 2 CTs

2 VTs, 3 CTs

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Power System Energy Meter Energy Meter Wiring


3PH4W z iEM3250
z iEM3255

3 VTs, 1 CTs, (balanced)

3 VTs, 2 CTs, (for balanced 3-wire load)

3 VTs, 3 CTs

1 Protection (to be adapted to suit the short-circuit current at the connection)


2 Shorting switch unit

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Typical Applications

iEM31 series
This range is a cost effective solution to monitor more feeders. It is ideal to monitor energy consumption
by usage, by zone or by feeder in the cabinet. It could be used to monitor feeders in main switchboard or
to monitor the main in distribution cabinet.

Functions Advantages
Energies monitoring up to 63 A feeders. Installation time saving and space saving in the cabinet.
No wiring to manage
Embedded current transformers. Clear distribution network
iEM31 are adapted to be installed with iC60 circuit breakers. Three phases support with or without neutral.
iEM31 can be used also for single phase multi-circuit monitoring. 3 single feeders can be monitored with a unique product.

iEM32 series
This range allows to cover a large choice of applications.

Functions Advantages
CTs and VTs connections support. Adapted to LV or MV applications.
Flexible configuration Can be adapted with any distribution network with or without
neutral.

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Typical applications
The following table presents some functions of the different iEM3 series devices, their advanteges and
their main applications.

Series Functions Advantages Applications


iEM300 Total and partial counter. Measurement campaign Sub-billing management
Metering applications
iEM310 Pulse output with pulse weight Accurate monitoring Remote monitoring of energy
calibration up to 1 pulse per 1 Wh. consumption.
Pulse output collecting by Smartlink Reducing the number of communication Monitoring of high number of meters.
system, PLC or any basic acquisition addresses.
system.
Internal clock Save date and time of last reset. Knowledge of the period of the partial
counter
iEM315 Management of up to four energy Differentiation of Peak and Off Peak Accurate sub-billing management
registers. By digital inputs and internal consumptions, Working days and week
clock, user can split his consumption ends, or double source energies (from Identification of local energy consumption
on four periods at his convenience. utilities or Genset). behavior. It could be done by zone, by
usage or by feeder.
iEM350 Modbus communication on a RS485 A four connector pluggable terminal (+, -, Modbus network with daisy chain
port. Shield, Ground) helps to reach high applications.
distance communication.

Advanced parameters are available by


communication.
Providing of essential electrical Currents help monitoring the unbalance Critical feeders or any sub-cabinet
parameters like current, average between phases. monitoring.
voltage and total power.
Power allows monitoring the feeder load
level.
iEM355 All iEM350 functions and iEM315 See above See above
functions.
Four quadrant calculation Identification and addition of In and Out Green power applications
energies, active and reactive energies.
Four tariff rates are managed in the Measurement of active, reactive and Control energy consumption and make
product. apparent energy. adapted investment at right place when
necessary (i.e. Capacitor banks) to
reduce energy bill or penalties.
Digital Input (DI) with value saving. Pulse collecting from other meters (gas, Intrusion preventing
water, etc.)
Measurement campaign
External status collecting like door opening,
circuit breaker status, etc.

The DI can be used to reset remotely the


partial counters to start a measurement
campaign.
Power overload alarm Detecting a critical load before the circuit User can reduce the consumption or
breaker trips. prepare an extension.

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Use

What Is in This Chapter?


This chapter contains the following topics:
Topic Page
Presentation 32
Settings for all Energy Meters 34
Modifying Parameters 35
Clock Setting 36
Configuration 37
HMI Display 50

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Presentation

Introduction
The energy meter features a sophisticated and intuitive human machine interface (HMI) with signaling
LEDs, a graphic display, and contextual menu buttons for accessing the information required to operate
the energy meter and modify parameter settings.
The navigation menu allows to display, configure and reset parameters.
For some energy meters, Multi-Tariffs allows to select different tariffs mode and to configure them as
illustrated in the table below.

General Display
The general display of the energy meters is shown in the following picture:

1 Configuration mode

2 Values/Parameters

3 Unit

4 Cancellation

5 Confirmation

6 Selection

7 Date and Time (except for iEM3100 and iEM3200)

8 Tariff currently used (iEM3115 / iEM3155 / iEM3215 / iEM3255)

9 Functions/Measurements

Multi-Tariffs
Multi-Tariffs only applies to the following devices:

z iEM3115,

z iEM3155,

z iEM3215,

z iEM3255.

The following table describes the tariff repartition during the week according to the tariff selection (2, 3 or
4 tariffs).
These tariffs are stored in 4 different registers : T1, T2, T3 and T4.

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Status Information
The display and the 2 two-color LEDs on the energy meters indicate the devices current status.

LEDs Description

ON 500 or 5000 flashes / kWh


Off
OFF OFF
On, no counting
ON ON (1s) then OFF
On, with counting
ON Flashing
Error, stop counting
OFF ON
Abnormal, with counting
Flashing Flashing

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Settings for all Energy Meters

The following settings have to be configured in configuration mode:

Function iEM3100 iEM3110 iEM3115 iEM3150 iEM3155 iEM3200 iEM3210 iEM3215 iEM3250 iEM3255
Wiring
CT Ratio
CT & VT Ratio
Frequency
Date
Time
Multi Tariffs
Overload Alarm
Digital Output
Digital Input
Pulse Output
Communication
Contrast
Password
Reset Config

The default factory settings are listed in the following table:

Function Factory settings


Wiring iEM31: 3PH4W
iEM32: 3PH4W; 3 CTs on I1, I2, and I3; Direct-No VT
CT Ratio CT Secondary = 5 A; CT Primary = 5 A
CT & VT Ratio CT Secondary = 5 A; CT Primary = 5 A
VT Secondary = 100 V; VT Primary = 100 V (by communication)
VT Secondary and Primary are not available on HMI.
Frequency 50 Hz
Date 1-Jan-2000
Time 00:00:00
Multi Tariffs Disable
Overload Alarm Disable
Digital Output Disable
Digital Input Input Status
Pulse Output 100 imp / kWh
Communication Baud Rate = 19 200; Parity = EVEN; Address = 1
Contrast 5
Password 0010

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Modifying Parameters

Presentation
To modify any of the values, you must be thoroughly familiar with how the interface menus are structured

and the general navigation principles. For more information about how the menus are structured, refer to

the section that relates specifically to your energy meter model (see page 34).

To modify the value of a parameter, follow either of the 2 methods described below:

z selecting an item in a list,

z modifying a numerical value, digit by digit.

The parameters listed below are the only ones which the numerical value can be modified:

z Date

z Time

z Pick Up Value

z Voltage Transformer (VT) Primary

z Current Transformer (CT) Primary

z Password

z Modbus address of the energy meter

Selecting the Value in a List


The following table explains how to select a value in a list:

Step Action
1
Use the contextual menu button to scroll through the parameter values
until you reach the desired value
2
Press to confirm the new parameter value

Modifying the Numerical Value


The numerical value of a parameter is made up of digits. The digit on the far right side is selected by
default (except for Date/Time).
To modify a numerical value, use the contextual menu buttons as described below:

Step Action
1
Use the button to modify the selected digit
2
Press to shift to next digit or to confirm the new parameter value

Aborting an Entry

To abort the current parameter entry, press the button. The screen reverts to the previous display.

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Clock Setting

Description
The clock setting only applies to the following devices:

z iEM3110,

z iEM3115,

z iEM3150,

z iEM3155,

z iEM3210,

z iEM3215,

z iEM3250,

z iEM3255.

The time must be set when switching from winter to summer time.
As soon as the power is interrupted, the product iEM3110, iEM3150, iEM3210, and iEM3250
automatically display the screen to set Date and Time because the date and time are reset.
The products iEM3115, iEM3155, iEM3215, and iEM3255 automatically display the screen to set Date
and Time in case of loss of date and time when the power is interrupted for longer than 3 days.
The energy meter retains the date and time settings before the interruption.

Setting
To set the date and time, please refer to the procedure for modifying a numerical value (see page 35).

Date/Time Format
The date is displayed in the format: DD-MMM-YYYY.

The time is displayed using the 24-hour clock in the format: hh:mm:ss.

Clock Setting Menu

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Configuration

Enter the Configuration Mode


The diagram below illustrates the various elements for operating the energy meters:

Selection button to change or select parameter values

Confirmation button

Cancellation button

To enter the configuration mode, hold and for 2 seconds.

The pictures below describe in details the configuration navigation, refer to Modifying Parameters

(see page 35) to change the default selection.

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Configuration Menu for iEM3100 / iEM3110 / iEM3115

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1 Password will not be reset


2 Meter restarts

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Configuration Menu for iEM3150 / iEM3155

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1 Input Status e.g. OF, SD of a circuit breaker


2 Overriding! appears when current selection impacts multi tariffs setting.

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1 If COM. Protection is enable, any configuration related to energy measurement, such as wiring, frequency, etc.,
can not be changed through communication.
2 Meter restarts.
3 Password will not be reset.
NOTE: number of stop bits = 1

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Configuration Menu for iEM3200 / iEM3210 / iEM3215

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1 Password will not be reset.


2 Meter restarts.

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Configuration Menu for iEM3250 / iEM3255

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1 Input Status e.g. OF, SD of a circuit breaker


2 Overriding! appears when current selection impacts multi tariffs setting.

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1 If COM. Protection is enable, any configuration related to energy measurement, such as wiring, frequency, etc.,
can not be changed through communication
2 Password will not be reset
3 Meter restarts
NOTE: number of stop bits = 1

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HMI Display

Available Displayed Information


The following information is available in display mode:

Information iEM3100 iEM3110 iEM3115 iEM3150 iEM3155 iEM3200 iEM3210 iEM3215 iEM3250 iEM3255
Total Active

Energy Import
Total Active

Energy Export
Total Reactive

Energy Import
Total Reactive

Energy Export
Partial Active

Energy Import
Partial Reactive

Energy Import
Active Energy
Import per

Tariffs
(T1 ... T4)
Average voltage
Current per

phase
Active Power

(kW)
Reactive Power

(kVAR)
Apparent Power

(kVA)
Power Factor
Frequency
Operation Time

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iEM3100 / iEM3110 / iEM3115/ iEM3200 / iEM3210 / iEM3215

1 Date of last reset.

2 Reset all energy measurements except total active energy.

3 Diagnosis screen appears on specific event, see chapter troubleshooting.

4 Diagnosis code explained in chapter troubleshooting.

5 List of existing diagnosis.

iEM3150 / iEM3250

1 Date of last reset.

2 Reset all energy measurements except total active energy.

3 Diagnosis screen appears on specific event, see chapter troubleshooting.

4 Diagnosis code explained in chapter troubleshooting.

5 List of existing diagnosis.

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iEM3155 / iEM3255

1 Import / Export indicated for total active / reactive (Ea / Er) energy, the other energy measurements are only Import
energy measurements.
2 Date of last reset.
3 Reset all measurements except total active energy and total reactive energy.
4 Diagnosis screen appears on specific event, see chapter troubleshooting.
5 Diagnosis code explained in chapter troubleshooting.
6 List of existing diagnosis.

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4
What Is in This Chapter?
This chapter contains the following sections:
Section Topic Page
4.1 Modbus Configuration 54
4.2 Modbus Functions 55
4.3 Command Interface 58
4.4 Modbus Register Table 65
4.5 Read Device Identification 70

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4.1 Modbus Configuration

Configuration of RS-485 Communication Port

Communication Parameters
Before initiating any communication processes, configure the Modbus communication port via the human
machine interface (Config Communication menu command):

Parameters Authorized Values Default Value


Baud rate z 9600 Baud 19 200 Baud
z 19 200 Baud
z 38 400 Baud

Parity z Odd Even


z Even
z None

NOTE: number of stop bit = 1


Address 1247 1

Signaling of Communication Activity


The yellow communication LED indicates the status of communication between the Energy Meters (EMs)
and the master as follows:

If... Then...
The LED is flashing Communication with the device has been established.
NOTE: If there is an error online, the LEd is also flashing.
The LED is off There is no active communication between the master and the slave

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4.2 Modbus Functions

What Is in This Section?


This section contains the following topics:
Topic Page
Function List 56
Table Format 57

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Function List

Introduction
There are three different ways of using the Modbus communication:
z by sending commands using the command interface (see page 58)
z by reading the Modbus registers
z by reading Device Identification (see page 70)

Description
Sending commands using the command interface is supported by Modbus function 16.
Reading Modbus registers is supported by Modbus function 3.
Read Device Identification is supported by Modbus function 43/14.
The table below describes the three Modbus functions:

Function Code Function Name


Decimal Hexadecimal
3 0x03 Read Holding Registers
16 0x10 Write Multiple Registers
43/14 0x2B/0x0E Read Device Identification

For example:

z To read different parameters from the energy meter, use the function 3 (Read).

z To change the tariff, use the function 16 (Write) by sending a command to the energy meter.

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Table Format

Register tables have the following columns:

Register Address Action Size Type Units Range Description


(R/W/WC)

z Register Address: Modbus address of register encoded in the Modbus frame, in decimal (dec)
z Action: The read/write/write by command property of the register
z Size: The data size in Int16
z Type: The encoding data type
z Units: The unit of the register value
z Range: The permitted values for this variable, usually a subset of what the format allows
z Description: Provides information about the register and the values that apply

Unit Table
The following data types appear in the Modbus register list:

Type Description Range


UInt16 16 bit unsigned integer 0...65535
Int16 16 bit signed integer -32768...+32767
UInt32 32 bit unsigned integer 0...4 294 967 295
UTF8 8 bit field multibyte character encoding for Unicode
Float32 32 bit value Standard representation IEEE for floating number (with
single precision)
Bitmap
DATETIME See below

DATETIME format:

Word Bits
15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
1 Reserved (0) R4 (0) Year (0...127)
2 0 Month (1...12) WD (0) Day (1...31)
3 SU (0) 0 Hour (0...23) iV 0 Minute (0...59)
4 Millisecond (0...59999)
R4 : Reserved Bit
Year : 7 bits (year from 2000)
Month : 4 bits
Day : 5 bits
Hour : 5 bits
Minute : 6 bits
Millisecond : 2 octets
WD (day of the week) : 17: SundaySaturday
SU (summer time) : Bit to 0 if this parameter is not used.
iV (validity of received data) : Bit to 0 if this parameter is not valid or not used.

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4.3 Command Interface

What Is in This Section?


This section contains the following topics:
Topic Page
Presentation 59
Command List 60

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Presentation

Description
The command interface allows to configure the energy meter by sending specific command requests
using Modbus function 16.

Command Request
The following table describes a Modbus command request:

Slave Function Code Command block CRC


Number Register Address Command Description
1247 16 (W) 5250 (up to 5374) The command is made of a command number and a set of Checking
parameters. See the detailed description of each command in
the command list.
NOTE: All the reserved parameters can be considered as any
value, e.g. 0.

The following table describes a command block:

Register Address Content Size (Int16) Data (example)


5250 Command Number 1 2008 (Set Tariff)
5251 (Reserved) 1 0
52525374 Parameter n 4 (Tariff=4)
NOTE: Command number 2008 supports
only one parameter with the size of 1.

Command Result
The command result can be obtained by reading registers 5375 and 5376.
The following table describes the command result:.

Register Address Content Size (Int16) Data (example)


5375 Requested Command Number 1 2008 (Set Tariff)
5376 Result(1) 1 0 (Valid Operation)

(1)Listof Command Result codes:


z 0 = Valid Operation
z 3000 = Invalid Command
z 3001 = Invalid Parameter
z 3002 = Invalid Number of Parameters
z 3007 = Operation Not Performed

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Command List

The following commands are available:

Command Relevant Command Number Page


Set Date/Time 1003 (see page 61)
Set Wiring 2000 (see page 61)
Set Pulse Output (iEM3155 / iEM3255) 2003, 2038 (see page 62)
Set Tariff (iEM3155 / iEM3255) 2008, 2060 (see page 63)
Set Digital Input as Partial Energy Reset (iEM3155 / iEM3255) 6017 (see page 62)
Input Metering Setup (iEM3155 / iEM3255) 6014 (see page 63)
Overload Alarm Setup (iEM3155 / iEM3255) 7000, 20000, 20001 (see page 63)
Communications Setup 5000 (see page 64)
Reset Partial Energy Counters 2020 (see page 64)
Reset Input Metering Counter (iEM3155 / iEM3255) 2023 (see page 64)

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Set Date/Time

Command Action Size Type Unit Range Description


Number (R/W)
1003 W 1 UInt16 (Reserved)
W 1 UInt16 20002099 Year
W 1 UInt16 112 Month
W 1 UInt16 131 Day
W 1 UInt16 23 Hour
W 1 UInt16 059 Minute
W 1 UInt16 059 Second
W 1 UInt16 (Reserved)

Set Wiring

Command Action Size Type Unit Range Description


Number (R/W)
2000 W 1 UInt16 (Reserved)
W 1 UInt16 (Reserved)
W 1 UInt16 (Reserved)
W 1 UInt16 0, 1, 2, 3, 11,13 Power System Configuration
0 = 1PH2W L-N
1 = 1PH2W L-L
2 = 1PH3W L-L-N
3 = 3PH3W
11 = 3PH4W
13 = 1PH4W L-N
W 1 UInt16 Hz 50, 60 Nominal Frequency
W 2 Float32 (Reserved)
W 2 Float32 (Reserved)
W 2 Float32 (Reserved)
W 1 UInt16 (Reserved)
W 1 UInt16 (Reserved)
W 2 Float32 V VT Secondary (1)
VT Primary
1000000.0
W 1 UInt16 V 100, 110, 115, (1)
VT Secondary
120
W 1 UInt16 1, 2, 3 (1)
Number of CTs
W 1 UInt16 A 132767 (1)
CT Primary
W 1 UInt16 A 1, 5 (1)
CT Secondary
W 1 UInt16 (Reserved)
W 1 UInt16 (Reserved)
W 1 UInt16 (Reserved)
W 1 UInt16 (Reserved)
W 1 UInt16 0, 1, 2 (1)VT Connection type:
0 = Direct Connect
1 = 3PH3W (2 VTs)
2 = 3PH4W (3 VTs)
(1)
For iEM3250 / iEM3255. Reserved by iEM3150 / iEM3155

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Set Pulse Output (iEM3155 / iEM3255)

Command Action Size Type Unit Range Description


Number (R/W)
2003 W 1 UInt16 (Reserved)
W 1 UInt16 (Reserved)
W 1 UInt16 0, 1 Pulse Output
0 = Disable
1 = Enable
W 2 Float32 pulse/kWh (1) Pulse Frequency
(2)

W 1 UInt16 (Reserved)
W 1 UInt16 (Reserved)
W 2 Float32 (Reserved)
W 1 UInt16 (Reserved)
W 1 UInt16 (Reserved)
W 2 Float32 (Reserved)
2038 W 1 UInt16 (Reserved)
W 1 UInt16 (Reserved)
W 1 UInt16 ms 50, 100, 200, Energy Pulse Duration
300
(1)
iEM3155: 1, 10, 20, 100, 200, 1000
(2)
iEM3255: 0.01, 0.1, 1, 10, 100, 500

Set Tariff (iEM3155 / iEM3255)

Command Action Size Type Unit Range Description


Number (R/W)
2060 W 1 UInt16 (Reserved)
W 1 UInt16 0, 1, 2, 4 Multi-Tariff Mode
0 = Disable Multi-Tariff
1 = Use COM as Tariff Control (maximum 4 tariffs)
2 = Use 1 Digital Input as Tariff Control (2 tariffs)
4 = Use RTC as Tariff Control (maximum 4 tariffs)
2008 W 1 UInt16 (Reserved)
W 1 UInt16 14 Tariff(1)
1 = T1
2 = T2
3 = T3
4 = T4
(1)
Only if Multi-Tariff is controlled by COM.

Set Digital Input as Partial Energy Reset (iEM3155 / iEM3255)

Command Action Size Type Unit Range Description


Number (R/W)
6017 W 1 UInt16 (Reserved)
W 1 UInt16 0, 1 Digital Input to Associate:
0 = Disable
1 = Enable

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Input Metering Setup (iEM3155 / iEM3255)

Command Action Size Type Unit Range Description


Number (R/W)
6014 W 1 UInt16 (Reserved)
W 1 UInt16 1 Input Metering Channel
W 20 UTF8 string size <= Label
40
W 2 Float32 110000 Pulse Weight
W 1 UInt16 (Reserved)
W 1 UInt16 0, 1 Digital Input Association:
0 = Disable
1 = Enable

Overload Alarm Setup (iEM3155 / iEM3255)

Command Action Size Type Unit Range Description


Number (R/W)
7000 W 1 UInt16 (Reserved)
W 1 UInt16 9 Alarm ID
W 1 UInt16 (Reserved)
W 1 UInt16 (Reserved)
W 1 UInt16 (Reserved)
W 1 UInt16 0, 1 0 = Disable
1 = Enable
W 2 Float32 0.01e10 Pickup Setpoint
W 2 UInt32 (Reserved)
W 2 Float32 (Reserved)
W 2 UInt32 (Reserved)
W 1 UInt16 (Reserved)
W 4 UInt16 (Reserved)
W 1 UInt16 (Reserved)
W 1 UInt16 (Reserved)
20000 W 1 UInt16 (Reserved)
W 2 Float32 (Reserved)
W 2 UInt32 (Reserved)
W 1 Bitmap 0,1 Digital Output to Associate
0 = Unassociated
1 = Associated
20001 W 1 UInt16 Acknowledge the Overload Alarm

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Communications Setup

Command Action Size Type Unit Range Description


Number (R/W)
5000 W 1 UInt16 (Reserved)
W 1 UInt16 (Reserved)
W 1 UInt16 (Reserved)
W 1 UInt16 1247 Address
W 1 UInt16 0, 1, 2 Baud Rate
0 = 9600
1 = 19200
2 = 38400
W 1 UInt16 0, 1, 2 Parity
0 = Even
1 = Odd
2 = None
W 1 UInt16 (Reserved)

Reset Partial Energy Counters

Command Action Size Type Unit Range Description


Number (R/W)
2020 W 1 UInt16 (Reserved)
(1)
(2)
(1)
iEM3150/iEM3250: Partial Active Energy and Phase Energy registers will be reset.
(2)
iEM3155/iEM3255: Partial Active / Reactive Energy, Energy by tariff and Phase Energy registers will be reset.

Reset Input Metering Counter (iEM3155 / iEM3255)

Command Action Size Type Unit Range Description


Number (R/W)
2023 W 1 UInt16 (Reserved)

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4.4 Modbus Register Table

Register List

The following table lists the accessible registers:

Register Page
System (iEM3150 / iEM3155 / iEM3250 / iEM3255) (see page 66)
Meter Setup and Status (iEM3150 / iEM3155 / iEM3250 / iEM3255) (see page 66)
Energy Pulse Output Setup (iEM3155 / iEM3255) (see page 66)
Command Interface (iEM3150 / iEM3155 / iEM3250 / iEM3255) (see page 67)
Communication (iEM3150 / iEM3155 / iEM3250 / iEM3255) (see page 67)
Input Metering Setup (iEM3155 / iEM3255) (see page 67)
Digital Input (iEM3155 / iEM3255) (see page 67)
Digital Output (iEM3155 / iEM3255) (see page 68)
Meter Data (iEM3150 / iEM3155 / iEM3250 / iEM3255) (see page 68)
Overload Alarm (iEM3155 / iEM3255) (see page 69)

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System (iEM3150 / iEM3155 / iEM3250 / iEM3255)

Register Action Size Type Units Description


Address (R/W/WC
30 R 20 UTF8 Meter Name
50 R 20 UTF8 Meter Model
70 R 20 UTF8 Manufacturer
130 R 2 UInt32 Serial Number
132 R 4 DATETIME Date of Manufacture
136 R 5 UTF8 Hardware Revision
1637 R 1 UInt16 Present Firmware Version (DLF format): X.Y.ZTT
1845 R/WC 1X4 UInt16 Date/Time
1848 Reg. 1845: Year (b6:b0) 099 (year from 2000 to 2099)
Reg. 1846: Month (b11:b8), Weekday (b7:b5), Day
(b4:b0)
Reg. 1847: Hour (b12:b8), Minute (b5:b0)
Reg. 1848: Millisecond

Meter Setup and Status (iEM3150 / iEM3155 / iEM3250 / iEM3255)

Register Action Size Type Units Description


Address (R/W/WC)
2004 R 2 UInt32 Secon Meter Operation Timer
d Not applicable for iEM3150 / iEM3250
2014 R 1 UInt16 Number of Phases
2015 R 1 UInt16 Number of Wires
2016 R/WC 1 UInt16 Power System
0 = 1PH2W LN
1 = 1PH2W LL
2 = 1PH3W LL with N
3 = 3PH3W
11 = 3PH4W
13 = 1PH4W multi L with N
2017 R/WC 1 UInt16 Hz Nominal Frequency
2025 R 1 UInt16 Number VTs
Not applicable for iEM3150 / iEM3155
2026 R/WC 2 Float32 V VT Primary
Not applicable for iEM3150 / iEM3155
2028 R/WC 1 UInt16 V VT Secondary
Not applicable for iEM3150 / iEM3155
2029 R/WC 1 UInt16 Number CTs
Not applicable for iEM3150 / iEM3155
2030 R/WC 1 UInt16 A CT Primary
Not applicable for iEM3150 / iEM3155
2031 R/WC 1 UInt16 A CT Secondary
Not applicable for iEM3150 / iEM3155
2036 R/WC 1 UInt16 VT Connection Type
0 = Direct Connect
1 = 3PH3W (2 VTs)
2 = 3PH4W (3 VTs)
Not applicable for iEM3150 / iEM3155

Energy Pulse Output Setup (iEM3155 / iEM3255)

Register Action Size Type Units Description


Address (R/W/WC)
2129 R/WC 1 UInt16 Millisecond Energy Pulse Duration
2131 R/WC 1 UInt16 Digital Output Association
0 = Disable
1 = DO1 enable for active energy pulse output
2132 R/WC 2 Float32 pulse/kWh Pulse Weight

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Register Action Size Type Units Description


Address (R/W/WC)
5250 R/W 1 UInt16 Requested Command
5252 R/W 1 UInt16 Command Parameter 001
5374 R/W 1 UInt16 Command Parameter 123
5375 R 1 UInt16 Command Status
5376 R 1 UInt16 Command Result codes:
z 0 = Valid Operation
z 3000 = Invalid Command
z 3001 = Invalid Parameter
z 3002 = Invalid Number of Parameters
z 3007 = Operation Not Performed
5377 R/W 1 UInt16 Command Data 001
5499 R 1 UInt16 Command Data 123

Communication (iEM3150 / iEM3155 / iEM3250 / iEM3255)

Register Action Size Type Units Description


Address (R/W/WC)
6500 R 1 UInt16 Protocol
0 = Modbus
6501 R/WC 1 UInt16 Address
6502 R/WC 1 UInt16 Baud Rate:
0 = 9600
1 = 19 200
2 = 38 400
6503 R/WC 1 UInt16 Parity:
0 = Even
1 = Odd
2 = None

Input Metering Setup (iEM3155 / iEM3255)

Register Action Size Type Units Description


Address (R/W/WC)
7032 R/WC 20 UTF8 Label
7052 R/WC 2 Float32 pulse/unit Pulse Constant
7055 R/WC 1 UInt16 Digital Input Association
0 = Disable for input metering
1 = Enable for input metering

Digital Input (iEM3155 / iEM3255)

Register Action Size Type Units Description


Address (R/W/WC)
7274 R 1 UInt16 Digital Input Control Mode:
0 = Normal (Input Status)
2 = Multi-tariff Control
3 = Input Metering
5 = All Energy Reset
8905 R 2 Bitmap Digital Input Status (only Bit 1 is used):
Bit 1 = 0, relay open
Bit 1 = 1, relay closed

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Digital Output (iEM3155 / iEM3255)

Register Action Size Type Units Description


Address (R/W/WC)
9673 R 1 UInt16 Digital Output Control Mode Status:
2 = Alarm
3 = Energy
0xFFFF = Disable

Meter Data (iEM3150 / iEM3155 / iEM3250 / iEM3255)

Register Action Size Type Units Description


Address (R/W/WC)
Current
3000 R 2 Float32 A I1: phase 1 current
3002 R 2 Float32 A I2: phase 2 current
3004 R 2 Float32 A I3: phase 3 current
3010 R 2 Float32 A Current Avg
Voltage
3020 R 2 Float32 V Voltage L1L2
3022 R 2 Float32 V Voltage L2L3
3024 R 2 Float32 V Voltage L3L1
3026 R 2 Float32 V Voltage LL Avg
3028 R 2 Float32 V Voltage L1N
3030 R 2 Float32 V Voltage L2N
3032 R 2 Float32 V Voltage L3N
3036 R 2 Float32 V Voltage LN Avg
Power
3054 R 2 Float32 kW Active Power Phase 1
3056 R 2 Float32 kW Active Power Phase 2
3058 R 2 Float32 kW Active Power Phase 3
3060 R 2 Float32 kW Total Active Power
3068 R 2 Float32 kVAR Total Reactive Power
Not applicable for iEM3150 / iEM3250
3076 R 2 Float32 kVA Total Apparent Power
Not applicable for iEM3150 / iEM3250
Power Factor
3084 R 2 Float32 Total Power Factor:
-2 < PF < -1 = Quad 2, active power negative,
capacitive
-1 < PF < 0 = Quad 3, active power negative, inductive
0 < PF < 1 = Quad 1, active power positive, inductive
1 < PF < 2 = Quad 4, active power positive, capacitive
Frequency
3110 R 2 Float32 Hz Frequency
Total Energy (cannot be reset)
3204 R 4 Int64 Wh Total Active Energy Import
3208 R 4 Int64 Wh Total Active Energy Export
Not applicable for iEM3150 / iEM3250
3220 R 4 Int64 VARh Total Reactive Energy Import
Not applicable for iEM3150 / iEM3250
3224 R 4 Int64 VARh Total Reactive Energy Export
Not applicable for iEM3150 / iEM3250
Energy Reset (Partial Energy, Energy by Tariff, Phase Energy)
3252 R 4 DATETIME Energy Reset Date and Time
Partial Energy
3256 R 4 Int64 Wh Partial Active Energy Import

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Register Action Size Type Units Description


Address (R/W/WC)
3272 R 4 Int64 VARh Partial Reactive Energy Import
Not applicable for iEM3150 / iEM3250
Phase Energy
3518 R 4 Int64 Wh Active Energy Import Phase 1
3522 R 4 Int64 Wh Active Energy Import Phase 2
3526 R 4 Int64 Wh Active Energy Import Phase 3
Input Metering Counter
3554 R 4 DATETIME Input Metering Accumulation Reset Date and Time
Not applicable for iEM3150 / iEM3250
3558 R 4 Int64 Unit Input Metering Accumulation
Not applicable for iEM3150 / iEM3250
Energy by Tariff (Not applicable for iEM3150 / iEM3250)
4191 R/WC 1 UInt16 MultiTariffs Energy Active Rate
0: multi tariff disabled
1 to 4: rate A to rate D
NOTE: Only modifiable by command in case of COM
Control Mode
4196 R 4 Int64 Wh Rate A Active Energy Import
4200 R 4 Int64 Wh Rate B Active Energy Import
4204 R 4 Int64 Wh Rate C Active Energy Import
4208 R 4 Int64 Wh Rate D Active Energy Import

Overload Alarm (iEM3155 / iEM3255)

Register Action Size Type Units Description


Address (R/W/WC)
45001 R/WC 1 Bitmap Overload Alarm Setup:
0x0000 = Disabled
0x0100 = Enabled
45002 R/WC 2 Float32 kW Pickup Setpoint
45004 R/WC 1 Bitmap Digital Output to Associate:
0x0000 = Digital Output unassociated to overload
alarm
0x0100 = Digital Output associated to overload alarm
45005 R 1 Bitmap Activated Status:
0x0000 = Alarm is inactive
0x0100 = Alarm is active
45006 R 1 Bitmap Unacknowledged Status:
0x0000 = Historic alarm is acknowledged by the user
0x0100 = Historic alarm is unacknowledged by the
user
45007 R 4 DATETIME Last Alarm - Time Stamp
45011 R 2 Float32 kW Last Alarm - Value

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4.5 Read Device Identification

Register List

Read Device Identification


The energy meters supports the Basic Device Identification with the mandatory objects:
z VendorName
z ProductCode
z Revision Number

ObjectID Object Name/Description Object Length Object Value Note


0x00 VendorName 16 SchneiderElectric
0x01 ProductCode 09 A9MEM3100 The ProductCode is identical
A9MEM3110 to the catalogue number of
A9MEM3115 each reference
A9MEM3150
A9MEM3155
A9MEM3200
A9MEM3210
A9MEM3215
A9MEM3250
A9MEM3255
0x02 MajorMinorRevision 04 V1.0 Equivalent to X.Y in register
1637

The Read Device ID code 01 and 04 are supported:

z 01 = request to get the basic device identification (stream access)

z 04 = request to get one specific identification objective (individual access)

The Modbus request and response are compliant with Chapter 6.20 43 / 14 (0x2B / 0x0E) Read Device

Identification of Modbus Application Protocol Specification.

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Technical Characteristics

5
Specifications

Electrical Characteristics

Characteristic Value Energy Meters


Voltage range U 3x100/173 V AC...3x277/480 V AC (20% 50/60Hz) iEM31 / iEM32
Current In 5 A, withstanding 10 A continuously iEM32
Imax 63 A iEM31
Maximum device consumption < 10 VA iEM31 / iEM32
One solid state Voltage 5...40 V DC iEM3155 / iEM3255
relay output Current 50 mA iEM3155 / iEM3255
Output resistance 0.1...50 Ohm iEM3155 / iEM3255
One optical coupler Pulses per kWh Configurable iEM3110 / iEM3210
output for remote Voltage 5...30 V DC iEM3110 / iEM3210
transfer
Current 1...15 mA iEM3110 / iEM3210
Pulse width Configurable, the minimum width is 50 ms iEM3110 / iEM3210
Standard IEC 62053-31 compatible (S0 format output) iEM3110 / iEM3210
One optical coupler Maximum Voltage 40 V DC iEM3155 / iEM3255
input input:
Current 4 mA burden iEM3155 / iEM3255
Voltage off 0...5 V DC iEM3155 / iEM3255
Voltage on 11...40 V DC iEM3155 / iEM3255
Standard IEC61131-2 compatible (TYPE 1) iEM3155 / iEM3255
Two optical coupler Maximum Voltage 40 V DC iEM3115 / iEM3215
inputs for tariff input:
Current 4 mA burden iEM3115 / iEM3215
control
Voltage off 0...5 V DC iEM3115 / iEM3215
Voltage on 11...40 V DC iEM3115 / iEM3215
Standard IEC61131-2 compatible (TYPE 1) iEM3115 / iEM3215
Internal clock Quartz Time error < 2.5 s/day (30 ppm) at 25 C iEM3115 / iEM3155 /
crystal iEM3215 / iEM3255
based
Backup by Backup > 3 days at 25 C iEM3115 / iEM3155 /
super time iEM3215 / iEM3255
capacitor

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Measurement Accuracy

Characteristic Value Energy Meters


Active energy Class 1 conforming to IEC 62053-21 and IEC 61557-12 iEM31
(PMD DD): Imax=63 A, lb=10 A, and Ist=0.04 A
Class B conforming to EN 50470-3: Imax=63 A, lref=10 A, iEM31
Imin=0.5 A, and Ist=0.04 A
Reactive energy Class 2 conforming to IEC 62053-23 and IEC 61557-12 iEM3155
(PMD DD): Imax=63 A, lb=10 A, and Ist=0.05 A
for x/1A current input Active energy Class 1 conforming to IEC 62053-21 and IEC 61557-12 iEM3200 / iEM3210 /
(PMD SD): Imax=1.2 A, ln=1 A, and Ist=0.002 A iEM3215
Class 1 conforming to IEC 62053-21 and IEC 61557-12 iEM3250 / iEM3255
(PMD Sx): Imax=1.2 A, ln=1 A, and Ist=0.002 A
Class B conforming to EN 50470-3: Imax=1.2 A, ln=1 A, iEM32
Imin=0.01 A, and Ist=0.002 A
Reactive energy Class 2 conforming to IEC 62053-23 and IEC 61557-12 iEM3255
(PMD Sx): Imax=1.2 A, ln=1 A, and Ist=0.003 A
for x/5A current input Active energy Class 0.5S conforming to IEC 62053-22 and IEC 61557 iEM32
12 (PMD SD): Imax=6 A, ln=5 A, and Ist=0.005 A
Class 0.5S conforming to IEC 62053-22 and IEC 61557 iEM3250 / iEM3255
12 (PMD Sx): Imax=6 A, ln=5 A, and Ist=0.005 A
Class C conforming to EN 50470-3: Imax=6 A, ln=5 A, iEM32
Imin=0.05 A, and Ist=0.005 A
Reactive energy Class 2 conforming to IEC 62053-23 and IEC 61557-12 iEM3255
(PMD Sx): Imax=6 A, ln=5 A, and Ist=0.015 A

Mechanical Characteristics

Characteristic Value Energy Meters


Degree of Front panel IP40 iEM31 / iEM32
protection
Casing IP20 iEM31 / iEM32
Recommended Power 16 mm2 / 1.8 N.m iEM31
terminal tightening
torque Pulse output 2.5 mm2 / 0.5 N.m iEM3110 / iEM3210

Tariff control 2
1.5 mm / 0.5 N.m iEM3115 / iEM3215

Voltage input 2
2.5 mm / 0.5 N.m iEM32

Current input 2
6 mm / 0.8 N.m iEM32

Digital input/output 2
1.5 mm / 0.5 N.m iEM3155 / iEM3255

RS 485 2
2.5 mm / 0.5 N.m iEM3150 / iEM3155 /
iEM3250 / iEM3255

Other Characteristics

Characteristic Value Energy Meters


Operating temperature 25 C...+55 C (K55) iEM31 / iEM32
Degree of pollution 2 iEM31 / iEM32
Overvoltage and measurement category III iEM31 / iEM32
Active energy display In kWh or MWh up to 99999999 MWh iEM32
In kWh: 8 + 1 digits up to 99999999.9 iEM31
Meter indicator 500 flashes / kWh iEM31
5000 flashes / kWh without consideration of transformer iEM32
ratios

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Maintenance and Troubleshooting

6
What Is in This Chapter?
This chapter contains the following topics:
Topic Page
Safety Precautions 74
Troubleshooting 75

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Safety Precautions

Presentation
The following safety precautions must be thoroughly implemented before attempting to repair electrical
equipment or carry out maintenance. Carefully read and follow the safety precautions described below.

DANGER
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, ARC FLASH OR BURNS
z Wear suitable personal protective equipment and follow the currently applicable electrical safety
instructions. See, for example, standard NFPA 70E when carrying out work in the USA.
z Only qualified personnel should maintain this equipment. Such work should be performed only after
reading all the installation instructions.
z Turn off all power supplying this equipment before working on or inside it.
z NEVER work alone.
z Beware of potential hazards and wear personal protective equipment.
Failure to follow these instructions will result in death or serious injury.

NOTICE
RISK OF DAMAGE TO THE ENERGY METER
z Never open the energy meter unit.
z Do not attempt to repair any components in the energy meter range, either in the unit or an
accessory.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in equipment damage.

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Troubleshooting

Presentation

Diagnostic iEM3100 / iEM3110 / iEM3115 / iEM3150 / iEM3155 / Description Possible solution


code iEM3200 iEM3210 iEM3215 iEM3250 iEM3255
LCD display is not visible. Check and adjust LCD contrast
settings or contact Schneider-
Electric service.
Push button failure. Restart the energy meter by
power off and power on again.
If there is still no response,
contact Schneider-Electric
service.
101, 102 Metering stops due to Enter the configuration mode
internal error. and implement Reset Config
Total energy consumption or contact Schneider-Electric
can be displayed by service.
pressing .
201 Metering continues. Correct frequency settings
Mismatch between according to the nominal

frequency settings and frequency of the network.
frequency measurements.
202 Metering continues. Correct wiring settings
Mismatch between wiring according to wiring inputs.
settings and wiring inputs.
203 Metering continues. Check wire connections or

Phase sequence reverse. correct wiring settings.
204 Metering continues. Check wire connections.
Total active energy
negative due to incorrect
voltage and current
connections.
205 Metering continues. Set Date and Time.
Date and Time are reset
due to last power failure.
206 Metering continues. Set the suitable parameters of
Pulse missing due to the energy pulse output.

overspeed of energy pulse
output.
207 Metering continues. Restart the energy meter by
Abnormal internal clock power off and power on again.
function. If there is still no response,
contact Schneider-Electric
service.

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